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Filament based printing what operator behaviors contribute to an increased need to relevel a bed?

Mechanical interaction Operator induced regular actions When an operator reaches into the machine and operates something on the bed, this can induce errors that slowly accumulate. The most typical ...
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Filament based printing what operator behaviors contribute to an increased need to relevel a bed?

The only ones I have found are. Manually putting pressure on the bed when removing prints. Removing the bed covering, eg a glass plate Damaging the bed in some way. For example my bed has high spots ...
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First layer rippling and no filament in certain areas

I see this is an old post but I type anyway if someone else stumbles up in here with the same problem. First of all, I have a Qidi X-max printer and it printed exactly as in the picture. I am not 100 ...
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Bed leveling suggestions given this mesh generated by BLTouch

Understanding the pattern Indeed, it looks like the error is induced by the X-Axis, as the pattern is very uniform over the Y-axis. The most likely reason for such an error is either damage to the ...
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How to tune Longer LK5 Pro for smoother prints?

Looking up your printer, one thing I noticed is that it has power loss recovery. This feature writes to the SD card at the start of each new layer, stalling the print for at least a significant ...
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How to tune Longer LK5 Pro for smoother prints?

230 is very hot for PLA+ and the pictures look like it's printing too hot for a start. It's hard to tell if there are other issues until that basic one has been cleared up. Where did you get the ...
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